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Posts Tagged ‘Young Rewired State’

Developed data tells us something about life


A lot of talk (especially on this blog) is all about opening up government data so developers, journalists and citizens can use it in a way which is useful for the public good. Emma Mulqueeny, who works with government departments to reach this goal and is founder of Rewired State,  points out on her blog […]

The Gen-Y of data mashers: using what the government gave you


As more and more data becomes available to the public online, how we present and use this information becomes increasingly important. Now young people are getting involved to create a generation of data mashers. Young Rewired State was a two-day project in London focused on technophile 15-18 year-olds encouraging them to construct something new and […]